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andy: things have wrapped up for the day in this neighborhood and we' re told it' s unlikely the search will stretch into tomorrow. officials say this is just another step in their investigation into the murder of denise robert. they searched on roofs and they dug into the ground looking for clues in the murder of denise robert. members of the fbi fanned out across this neighborhood were the 62-year-old woman was shot and killed while taking a walk two months ago. >> a think it' s good that they' re doing something about it and not letting it go, because it' s not right. >> i think it' s good that they are continuing the investigation and trying to get it solved so anyting i can do i' d be more than happy to help and i' m sure the neighbors feel the same way. andy officials say this is just : the most recent step in their ongoing investigation and that they' re not responding to any particular tip or specific piece of information. they are simply looking for any evidence that can help.
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see this end right now, today, but it' s not going to happen from a practical perspective. there' s more evidence to be collected. andy tom robert says there is : some frustration over the pace of the investigation, but he thinks that' s normal with any unsolved case. he says he and his family know work is being done to catch whoever is responsible. >> i think we are getting past, we are way past the shock stage and we' re all looking for some sort of resolution and there' s some anxiety about that. we know people are working on this and we' ll get this. we are hopeful that it will be resolved at some point. andy officials say there is also : still a 42,000 dollar reward in this case that remains in effect.
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tom: new information tonight in a deadly shooting in manchester. the attorney general' s office says that michael pittman died of a gunshot wound to the torso. he was shot tuesday night outside his granite street apartment. investigators are calling his death a homicide and say the shooting is not random. and they are still searching for the suspect. jennifer a small plane bound for : new hampshire' s seacoast crashed last night. the plane was registered to a rye man and investigators say they have recovered a body at the scene. wmur' s shelley walcott is live with more on the investigation. shelley investigators have not : yet released the name of the person who died after that small plane crash in new york. as you mentioned, the plane was registered to a man from rye. but no distress call was made shortly before it crashed into the ocean. by air and by sea today. the nypd resumed the search for wreckage, after a small plane crash off the coast of breezy point queens. the two seater, beechcraft plane crashed around 8:00 wednesday night. it took off from philadelphia and was headed to portsmouth.
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the plane is registered to james mcgee of rye. it is not clear if he was actually on board. the faa says no distress call was ever made. but witnesses say it was clear the pilot was in trouble. you usually don' t fly that low. and you usually go straight you don' t fly over breezy point. shelley: john norton was on the s low altitude. other people reported hearing something strange in the air. >> it sounded like something in distress. a sort of rumbling. but we didn' t know what it was. shelley: according to flight tracking websites, the plane was headed here. the nypd launched a massive search and rescue effort. the tale was located and eventually a body was recovered.
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only person on board. >> initial reports indicate just shelley it' s unclear if the : pilot indicated he was having problems, but several flight tracking programs indicate the plane made a sudden drop, in speed and altitude before it disappeared into the water. >> it' s very sad, very sad. shelley: it is sad. the ntsb and federal aviation investigating. a preliminary report is expected live in studio, i' m shelley walcott, wmur news 9. tom: there will now be a recount s mayoral race. incumbent ted gatsas won tuesday night by about 85 votes, and tonight his challenger joyce craig is asking for the votes to wmur' s stephanie woods is live with more. stephanie: almost 20,000 people voted on tuesday to determine who would occupy the corner office here at manchester city hall. alderman joyce craig is asking for a recount after she lost to
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as the results were announced tuesday, the mayor celebrated winning his fourth term, but alderman greg is not conceding yet. she says she has received dozens of e-mails, text, and phone calls from her supporters asking for a recount. >> obviously, i hope the numbers turn in my favor. we are optimistic. in the end, we will know that every go was counted, and that is very important to our supporters. that is why we will move forward with this. >> we will get by this sooner or later. >> the manchester city clerk says the recount could happen as early as monday. as of now, nothing is set in stone. tom: topping our commitment 2016 coverage tonight a busy day at the statehouse as
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three more candidates file. jennifer: marco rubio, carly fiorina, and bernie sanders all signed up. free. reporter: things could have gotten very interesting if bill gardner decided to challenge bernie sanders ability to run as a democrat for president in new hampshire, because for so long, senator sanders has identified as and campaigned as an independent in vermont. in the end, it was not an issue. it ended up being somewhat of an afterthought in a rather busy day at the statehouse. bernie sanders emerged from the statehouse thursday afternoon to a crowd of cheering supporters. just minutes before, he officially filed his candidacy primary. for years sanders has identified himself and run for office as an independent, and many were curious if secretary of state bill gardner would raise senator' affiliation. in the end, it wasn'
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t an issue. >> for this campaign right now, i' m running as a democrat. i intend to win this nomination, and i intend, by the way, to help lead a transformation of the democratic party to bring in more young people and bring in more working people. >> alright, that' s not too bad . reporter: marco rubio joked as he handed over his thousand-dollar registration fee, but after filing the senator faced questions about his past use of a florida gop issued credit card an issue featuring prominently in front-runner donald trump' s latest broadside of attacks. >> it' ll be fully addressed as it was in my book. i find it curious that donald trump, the only person in this race that' s filed for bankruptcy not once, but 4 times, is attacking anyone' s finances. >> all right, it' s official. reporter carly fiorina brought : her crowd of supporters to the secretary of state' s office around noontime. while other candidates dominate the headlines, she' s telling the press that slow but steady wins the race.
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>> i was 16 out of 16 candidates when we started campaigning here. i was known by less than 3% of new hampshire voters who ever heard my name. so i feel really good about how far we' ve come, and very good about the next 90 days. reporter: the fun continues tomorrow with filings by john kasich and chris christie. tom: longtime seacoast businessman and former state securities regulator mark connolly officially launched his campaign this afternoon. the 60-year-old new castle democrat made the announcement at first place in manchester. he is running for governor. he has worked as a financial advisor and served in government as a deputy secretary of state and also as the head of the bureau of securities regulation. he feels the state needs pragmatic, independent leadership that he can provide.
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>> we have been watching these things for years on television. now i' m actually on the ballot. tom: getting to know those trying to earn your vote. it' s marco rubio. we will hear more from him, head. jennifer: plus, see the history that was uncovered as work began on the old granite steps of one of new hampshire' s city halls.
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for the week the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power.
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he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over a million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. tom: in tonight'
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s canada cafe, a different look at the candidate from what we see on the campaign trail. jennifer: marco rubio explained how king kong played a role in his marriage proposal, and what he would do as president to beat the patriots. marco rubio: you want to be as prepared as possible, the better prepared you are for what you know to expect, the better prepared you are for the unexpected. reporter if you could only use : one word to describe this married father of four, it might focused. whether on his family -- >> we' ve really kept our life as normal as possible for a long as possible. they go to school their activities we' ve tried to leave everything in place. the only difference is im gone a couple days a week extra. reporter or when talking : football, a game from which he' s clearly drawn life lessons. marco rubio drowning out crowd : noise. if you were a coach and listening to the people in the stands run the ball pass the
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, ball, you would go nuts. you have to call your game. that' s probably a longer answer than you were expecting. reporter: despite his intensity, rubio has no problem engaging those at the table, certainly easier than when he got enganged 17 years ago in new york city. marco rubio we went to the top : of the empire state building and she didnt want to go cuz it was cold and i couldnt think of anything and i finally said i love the movie king kong, and she was like, that wasn' t real. there really wasn' t a king kong up there. i set i know, but i still went to see it. she always has to say the same story. after i gave her the ring, i took it back and said can i just told it until we get downstairs because somehow i got it in my head she was going to drop it off the empire state building. reporter: rubio is clearly a
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struck by a moment. marco rubio: quite frankly, this has moved so quickly. i mean, i just signed up for the ballot today in new hampshire, and i' m thinking, i have been watching these things for years on television, and now i' m on the ballot.
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tom: a renovation project leads to a pretty cool find in the city of lebanon. jennifer crews fixing the : granite front steps of the city hall found a time capsule. inside the whiskey bottle were newspaper clippings a coin and a handwritten scroll dated june 10, 1944. it was put there more than 70 years ago by the former city surveyor samuel stevens. the scroll says there are other capsules including one under a catholic church. >> now, the chief meteorologist mike kallick with your storm watch nine forecast. >> the feel of either early faller mid spring continues. it has been a beautiful stretch here in november.
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clouds making for a nice sunset in a few spots. here is the official high in concord so far. 72 degrees, only three off the recobe of 75. you will notice a chilly morning low of 33, very close to the average. but what a jump. close to the 70' s. we have a record high in one spot tomorrow at the coast. what about warmth in november. 70' s. you might think it happens from time to time. it doesn' t happen all that often. so far this month, today in november 3, two days of 70 plus in concord. from 2006-2014, zero. no days that we eclipsed 70 degrees, and only one day back in 2005. it' s a very rare to get this warm for so long in november. here are the highs across the state. close to a record high, but shy
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by three degrees of the coast. by tomorrow, we are going to see the records shattered. the record high is only 62 degrees. still quite warm with a southwesterly flow. 60' s for many. overnight tonight, chile for many. there he close to normal high temperatures for this time of year. a warm start to another warm on on friday. springlike conditions back to the west. it shuts off quickly on the plane states. cooler air will begin to build in stating -- starting friday night, and around of showers a late in the afternoon or early evening tomorrow. much cooler air begins to roll in. saturday, temperatures above average, and then right at or even slightly below on sunday. then temperatures climb above average early next week.
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not bad month of rather -- of whether, even when we go back down. tonight, 40' s north, 50-55 south. tomorrow, a run at the low 70' s. with any partial sun, concord has a chance of getting close to the record high of 75. again, portsmouth will see that record broken by about 9:00 or 10:00 in the morning. sunday, slightly on the chilly side. by starting off around 50, it makes for a cold sunday night, many waking up to the 20' s on monday morning. but early next week, back into the 50' s. jennifer: i'
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tom: on average, women need to work an extra two hours each day, to earn the same paycheck as their male coworkers. join the fight for equal pay. join the fight for sara and women everywhere. i'm hillary clinton,
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>> now, news nine sports. jamie: the bruins are undefeated on the road this year but that will be tested as they skate at a good washington capitals team, led by alex ovechkin. gametime at 7:00. >> the season opener looks impossible. they are playing a team many think will go to the final four this year, third-ranked maryland in division i. the battle is so big, they' ve gone to greek mythology
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analogies. >> i feel i clear night us going in with only 300 -- i feel like i am going in with only 300 against a thousand. but it should be interesting. we want to present ourselves as best as possible. jamie: the king of sparta, third son and first wife, we all knew that. this week' s hometown hero helped lead the hellcats girls soccer team to its most successful season ever. jason king has more. jason: never before had the girls soccer team at hillsboro-deering enjoyed an undefeated regular season, until this year. leading the way for the hillcats was senior captain paytne walker . >> i think the bond was so clear because we have been playing together since middle school. that and there was no drama. that makes us strong. jason unfortunately for paytne : and her top seeded teammates, their run towards a title ended with a semifinal loss to raymond
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t anything take away from the season they had. >> the biggest difference is that there was no drama on the team. we all get along so well. we are like family. jason paytne was one of three : captains. she didn' t lead the team in goals or even assists, but was considered the catalyst for the hellcats explosive offense. >> she is always positive and encourages everyone to do their best. jason: paytne also plays soccer for seacoast united, which provides considerable college exposure, she hopes to play at either the division two or three level, but is keeing her options open at this point. paytne walker is this week' s hometown hero. jamie: more soccer. girls soccer division one semifinals. the game just wrapped up. lancers answer.
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katrina runs it down in the corner. she sends it to laura, who scores. they send it to double overtime and win it in penalty kicks the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over a million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future
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